Modern browsers have modern and advanced features. In 1990s, when the internet started then Mosaic was introduced as a first internet browser. At that time, there were no any other to surf the internet. When Mosaic released then this was a very basic and simple browser. No any feature and design were there in it. But today's advanced browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer are different and they have lots of features and hidden stuff that are very helpful.
I'm talking about Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer here. These are some most highlighted browsers today. Most users use them and prefer also. These are all popular because of the features, support and their benefits. In such features, these browsers also provide an advanced opportunity to save your password.
Whenever, you open your facebook, twitter or any social account then after typing a password, it asks to save your password in the browser. When you click on save option then your password is saved automatically. People save their Passwords but they don't know, how can they check saved passwords in the browser. So considering this issue, today I shared this article especially for those users, who are suffer from this problem. You could be easily check and also delete saved password after following below steps.
In Google ChromeAlmost 1 billion users use Google Chrome as default. So, if you're also a Chrome user then you should know about the saved password. To check the saved password in Google Chrome, go to the setting or type
chrome://settingsin URL bar and press Enter.
After that, your chrome's setting will be opened. Now scroll down to the end and then click on 'Show Advanced Setting'.
Once you have click on 'Show Advanced Setting' then immediately below, the 'Passwords and forms' section will be showing. So, click on 'Manage passwords' option to manage your all saved password in Chrome.
When you have done then a popup kind of windows will be opened where your saved password will be displaying. So, can remove or check your password if you forget. Actually, I didn't save passwords in Chrome. That's why, I can't show any image for your convenience.
In Mozilla FirefoxOn top of the right corner, click on the menu option. When drop down menu is open then go to the 'Options'.
When you have done then a dialog box will open like below image. Here go to the 'Security' and click on the option of 'Saved Passwords'.
Once you click on this option then another menu will open. Where your all saved passwords will be shown in a list. Here you can manage, delete and can show as your wish.
In OperaOpera is another light browser, as compared with Chrome and Firefox. To manage passwords in Opera, go to the settings. On top of the left corner, an option of Opera is available. When you will click on it then a drop down menu will open. Here click on the option of 'Setting'.
Once you enters in the setting, then immediately below the search setting option, four option are present. In which, click on 'Privacy & security' and open it.
When you click on it, then in the menu of 'Passwords', an option 'Manage saved password' is available. So, click on this option and check your saved passwords. Here you can see and also can remove or delete your all saved passwords easily.
In Internet ExplorerTo manage passwords in Internet Explorer, on the top of the right corner, click on the Setting icon. A drop down menu open, here click on 'Internet options'.
After that, a dialog bar will open. Here go to the 'Content' and then go to the 'Setting'.
Once you have done then another bar will open. Here 'Manage Passwords' open will show exactly above on 'Delete autocomplete history'. Actually, I didn't update my internet explorer. That's why, this option is not available. But if you have an updated IE then this option will definitely show. So, click it and then manage your all saved passwords in Internet Explorer.